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February 17, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Nixdorf Computer Ltd has turned its attention to the Computer Integrated Manufacturing market in the UK and intends to sign up a number of third party software houses for applications. The Nixdorf 8870 business computers will be sold into small to medium sized manufacturing companies and the Unix-based Targon machines will be aimed at larger operations. The software will be based on Nixdorf’s modular Comet business and financial system and the Reflex relational database. The cornerstone of the Nixdorf plan is third party software and the company hopes to sign a number of alliances over the coming months.

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